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N.Y. Cops 'Displayed' Sex Toys, Lawsuit Claims

August 29, 2012  | 

When cops couldn't find a gun in a Bronx man's home, they settled for taking out his mother's sex toys and displaying them around the apartment, the 22-year-old claims in a lawsuit.

Even though no gun was found, Dwight Anderson said, he and his mother were arrested at gunpoint and charged with criminal possession of a weapon. They were released the next day on their own recognizance.

Anderson returned to the home he shares with his mother to find the place trashed by cops, who damaged his television, his PlayStation video-game console and his clothes—and left his mother's sex toys out for all to see, the suit says.

Read the full New York Post story.

Tags: NYPD, Lawsuits, Search and Seizure


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Tim @ 8/30/2012 5:12 AM

I'm sorry about your apartment but you are a gun suspect idiot. This Bronx gang member thug is lucky he didn't get his face planted in the pavement. I hope he get's caught with something and goes to the big house for a lengthy sentence.

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